By Mark Stamp, Richard M. Low
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For a given ciphertext, let no, 1 2 1 , . . ,1225 be the respective letter counts of A , B, C, . . , Z in the ciphertext, and set 7 1 = n o + 111 . . r125. 3. 4 SELECTED CLASSIC C R Y P T 0 TOPICS 15 associated with a mono-alphabetic substitution cipher, since this statistic will not change if the letters are simply relabeled (which is the effect of encrypting with a simple substitution). The longer and more random a Vigenkre cipher keyword is, the more evenly the letters are distributed throughout the ciphertext.
However, linear components are useful and, in fact, modern ciphers combine both linearit,y and nonlinearity. In Shannon’s terminology [ 1331, linearity provides an effective method to increase diffusion while nonlinearity is essential for confusion. 3 One-Time Pad I11 1917, Gilbert Vernam and Joseph Mauborgne invented a cipher system which would eventually become known as the one-time pad. When correctly used, this system is invulnerable to a ciphertext only attack. This is the only real-world cipher that is provably secure.
25 to the letters A, B, . . ,Z, respectively, Let p i be the ith plaintext letter of a given message, and ci the corresponding ith ciphertext letter. Then Caesar’s cipher can be mathematically stated as ci = pi 3 (mod 26) and, therefore, pi = ci - 3 (mod 26). In Caesar’s cipher, the key is “3”, which is not very secure, since there is only one key-anyone who knows that the Caesar’s cipher is being used can immediately decrypt the message. + Simple Substitution A simple substitution (or mono-alphabetic substitution) cipher is a generalization of the Caesar’s cipher where the key can be any permutation of the alphabet.
Applied Cryptanalysis: Breaking Ciphers in the Real World by Mark Stamp, Richard M. Low